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    • ≪≪ E M M A ≫≫

      American 1960's time period is known for its hippies. The war protesters that just wanted peace. Make Love Not War was one of the most remembered/famous slogans of the hippies.

    • Tracy

      resounds through the 1960 s hippie culture which is make love not war300 x 305 | 23.6KB | lauramartinexploreproccess....

    • thuy nguyen

      "make the love not war" became sologan of young Hippie people of that time.Poster "make love not war" for protest Vietnam war.

    • Aly Tiznado

      Be an Original Hippie. The original "hippies" fought for what they believed in. They fought for peace, love, happiness, equality, and searched for a sense of spirituality. Being true to yourself and speaking up for what one think is right or wrong can be a step on how to become an original hippie.

    • Dominique Shaw

      Anti-Authoritarian... The popular slogan "Make Love Not War" defined America's 1960 hippie culture. People questioned authority through protests and gatherings. The stem of the hippie sub-culture causes Americans today to ponder where the root of it came from. The desire to end the Vietnam War drove protesters and as soldiers came home from war they still faced battles of post-traumatic stress.

    • Jim Alexander

      Vietnam War protesters - it's been 40 years but a draft card burning Mother Fucker best not walk up to me and tell me he dodged the Draft .... Fucking COWARDS !!!! Tell Your grandchildren that BITCH !!!!!!

    • Sarosh

      This picture represents a very prominent movement of the 1960s, The Hippie Movement. The Vietnam War is credited for beginning this movement as it was a very controversial issue at the time. Students went out on the streets to protest against the war and rejected morals that they had been raised with. The youngsters were now asking to be talk about black or women's studies, something that had never before been taught in the curricula. In the 1960s life for Canadians changed drastically as now, for the first time in a long time, people began to question the social norms.

    • Lew Keilar

      anti war protest rifle flowers1960s - Google Search

    • Montana Wildhack

      Vietnam War protests & burning draft cards

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